How can neurofeedback help “chemo brain” or “mental fog?”
Many patients who undergo treatment for cancer experience diminished cognitive functioning including: impaired memory, difficulty concentrating, loss of verbal fluidity, and/or increased anxiety and depression.
NeurOptimal neurofeedback can help by prompting the brain’s own natural resources to self-correct. It learns to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections.
In an exciting study recently published in a peer-viewed research journal, NeurOptimal neurofeedback was shown to have a 91% success rate for post-cancer cognitive impairment (PCCI). 21 of the 23 participants in the study reported a complete reversal of the cognitive impairment commonly associated with chemotherapy patients, as well as improvements in sleep quality, cognitive function and energy levels.
Please read the links articles below to learn how neurofeedback can help you or a loved on who may be dealing with post-cancer cognitive impairment, or “chemo brain”:
Researchers turn to neurofeedback to clear the fog of chemo brain